Chemistry (entropy)
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Calculate the Ksp of CaF2 (2 is subscript).
The problem wants it calculated with all or one of the following:
G = 1162 kJ/mol
H = 1215 kJ/mol
S = 68.87 J/mol*k
The answer is 1.55*10^(10). How do I do this?
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